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Road Trips and Back Pain Infographic

Road Trips and Вack Pain Minimize Low Back Pain and Neck pain on Long Drives Use a Lumbar Support Pillow Take Driving Breaks & Stretch Good Posture If you suffer low back or neck pain, stop and stretch every 30- 60 minutes. Minimize strain on Reduce stress on the lower back and help maintain proper alignment. your neck, shoulders and lower back. Adjust your seat and mirrors and reach the pedals comfortably. Share the Load Pack Smart Move Often Take turns relaxing both your muscles and your mind. Lift luggage with your legs, not your back. Hold heavy items close to your body. Ask for help! Change position as you're able, cruise control can help you rest your legs. Stop When You Should *If this doesn't help, or if you develop persistent numbness, loss of muscle power or bowel/bladder symptoms, call your health professional. STOP If your pain intensifies, STOP! Rest, ice, and lay down with a pillow under your knees*. brought to you by : BACK CLINICS OF CANADA

Road Trips and Back Pain Infographic

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The Road Trips and Back Pain Infographic from Back Clinics of Canada If you’re one of the 80 percent of adults taking at least one road trip this year, be aware that car travel is not great for bac...


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